I recommend reading my book, Candida Crusher. In the book, there are two big sections that discuss diet. There is a section on the Candida diet and a 100-page section on healthy eating. the mercury and selenium content of fish, including tuna.
With regards to canned tuna, some people need to be cautious about eating it due to the mercury levels. However, I do not believe that everyone needs to avoid canned tuna. My book includes a discussion about
My book has a section that will help you decide whether you need to go gluten-free or not. The book also includes a discussion about the link between gluten and Candida. It’s my opinion that once your gut has healed, you can eat any type of grain, including wheat. I don’t believe being healthy means you need to avoid grains forever.
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You will likely notice some disparity between my videos and the content of my book. The reason for this is that the information I provide in the book is generalized. It doesn’t relate specifically to one person.
When I see a person in my clinical practice, the advice I give that person might be entirely different from what I put in my book or my videos. I provide each of my clients with personalized recommendations because one size doesn’t fit all.
Generalized information is precisely that, generalized. Most people can tailor information to suit their own needs. If you’re the type of person who finds it hard to apply general information to your health-related circumstances, I would recommend seeing a practitioner in person. That way you can be sure that the information given is a good fit for your specific health needs.